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Suicide Chronicles: Part 1 of 5
'Privilege,' a Magazine for the Arrogant
Pedophile Priest Convicted in Nunavut
Radical New Way to ‘Museum’: A:shiwi A:w
Red Lake Is County Absentee Voting Site
Cobell Payments Have Been Mailed
Crowdsourcing Helped Build New Diné App
SāvOn Convenience Stores Open in NY
Will Scotland Go independent?
Bear Bite Likely Cause of Utah Man's Dea
Damming Indians: Dancing Against Shasta
The True Story of the Mashco-Piro
Mascots, Termination ... Domination
Cherokee Art Market Boasts 150 Artists
Video: Deep-Sea Creature Looks Unreal
Native Seahawks Mask to Come to Seattle
Tribe to Break Ground on Health Facility
DNA Says Seals and Sea Lions Brought TB
Why Miss Indian World Beats Miss America
Mashco-Piro Contact Initiated in Peru
Thing About Skins
Indian Law program expands at Seattle University School of Law
SEATTLE – Seattle University School of Law will significantly expand its curriculum and programming in Indian law and welcomed expert Eric Eberhard as a distinguished practitioner ...
ANSEP leader earns national award for education reform efforts
ANCHORAGE, Alaska – Dr...
New Northeastern State president inaugurated
The Associated Press
Opponents of Agreement Attempt to Control Debate with Flawed Stats
Opponents of the Oneida Indian Nation-Oneida County agreement on land and tax-related issues say that the Nation’s offer to the county is not nearly enough and should be half a bil...
A holiday for the descendants of the Little Bighorn warriors
June 25 is a special holiday to most of the tribes of the Great Sioux Nation. It is the anniversary of the day that Lt. Col. George A...
Local tribes get chunk of stimulus money
American Indian tribes in Arizona, New Mexico and Utah stand to receive nearly half of a $500 million allocation from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009...
Reflections on the practice of collecting American Indian remains. How did we become trophies?
Like many American Indians, I’ve been carefully watching the current PBS American Experience series, We Shall Remain...
SKC athlete shot, killed in Idaho
Tim Wolfe, a member of the Salish Kootenai College national championship basketball team, played in a four-on-four league at the college Thursday night, and participated in a shoot...
Washington tribe member charged with theft
An enrolled member of the Tulalip Tribe has been charged with theft by an employee of a gaming establishment on Indian land...
Casino consultant wants Cherokee County to drop lawsuit over tribal issue
A consultant for Downstream Casino Resort wants the Cherokee County commissioners to drop their lawsuit against the U.S. Department of the Interior...
Government says it owes Indians nothing in trust lawsuit
The government told a federal appeals court Monday it owes nothing to 500,000 American Indians and their heirs who claim they were cheated out of billions of dollars in land royalt...
Suagee: Tribal sovereignty and the green energy revolution
A green energy revolution is beginning to happen in America...
$35.3 million ready to be spent
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
SEATTLE – Some $31.4 million in federal stimulus money will be invested in water improvement projects in Alaska and Washington state Indian country...
H1N1 in Indian country
Terri Hansen, Today correspondent
T he much talked about Influenza A/H1N1 virus, a never-before-seen, rapidly spreading swine flu strain has so far spared all but one tribal community...
Building tribal capacity to manage wildlife resources
Lee Allen, Today correspondent
D espite being in the middle of troubled economic times, millions of federal dollars have been made available to help wildlife and habitat...
Professor Julianne Jennings wins Extraordinary Woman Award
Navajo-Hopi land dispute ended
With the stroke of a pen Friday, President Barack Obama officially ended more than four decades of angst and anger caused by a land dispute between the Navajo and Hopi tribes...
Indians still await formal apology
Twenty-one years ago, Congress apologized to Japanese Americans for interning them during World War II...
James out as Cabazon tribal chair
John A. James has been voted out of power by the Cabazon Band of Mission Indians...
Clinton city receives $30,700 grant
During the Clinton City Board of Education meeting, Tuesday, members approved the allotment of $30,700 from an Indian Education grant to support the initiatives and activities of t...
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